Month: July 2018
Kingdom Bound traveling ministry performs “make-over” on Watson St. home * Richmond Ave. to close tomorrow for Water main repairs * Cuomo maintains big lead in primary
Richmond to close Thursday 5:30PM – 6:15PM
Water may be turned off Wednesday between Union and Redfield
Tributes to Rock, Country and Pop Bands Highlight Series
Town of Batavia woman in court for allegedly torturing her dog * Rochester police arrest 20 at PR festival * Muckdogs drop another road game
A travel trailer rolled over on the State Thruway near LeRoy this morning. The accident occurred in the westbound lane but blocked both lanes for a while. An ambulance from Leroy was dispatched, but there were no serious injuries. The camper was destroyed. Photos: Alex Feig, WBTA News
Bergen man accused of piercing child’s ear with hole-punch * Beertavia draws twice the crowd * Road work on Vine St.
Person of interest in custody for murder on Liberty Street * Former Billy Goats Bar closing slated after Tuesday night special * Work on Vine Street begins Monday
Sheldon Silver gets seven years, hopes not to die in prison * Person of interest in Liberty St murder * Troopers in Warsaw seize kilo of heroin and a pound of crystal meth
The Department is not releasing the person’s identity at this time due to the very active nature of this investigation.
Oakfield man accused of underage rape * LeRoy resident jailed for felony weapon’s charge * GCSO Host First Teen Academy at Byron-Bergen High School
The event starts at 8 p.m. tonight in front of Chap’s Elba Diner
Investigators identify homicide victim in the city * Hamlin man killed in Orleans County rollover crash * Muckdogs tie up series with Staten Island
Victim identified as 47 year old Raymond Lee Morgan
Deputies say 40 year old Kevin Lupiani of Medina failed to stop at a stop sign
Officers requested EMS to respond however the victim succumbed to their injuries at the scene.
Batavia Police called to bust up a brawl on Walnut Street * Tractor Trailer rollover in Pavilion lands Driver in the hospital * Medina woman faces drug charges following a crash in Stafford
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Serving Gaming & Hotel Guests
A band of state-bred sisters will be invading Batavia Downs on Wednesday afternoon July 25
Wroblewski apparently admitted to possessing heroin and additional hypodermic needles
Buell Street will be closed on 7/24 from 7:30 am – noon
Corrections Officer in Albion accused of attempted rape * South Swan Street woman jailed without bail for assault with an ashtray * State Street woman jailed without bail after bolting from Batavia police
72nd season of racing at the oldest lighted harness track in America starts on Monday evening July 23
No leads in search for a man considered armed and dangerous * Drunk driving in Darien lands a Wayne County woman in lock up * Bergen beating leads to arrest for a Warsaw woman
Police investigate human bone found in Batavia * Batavia woman busted for allegedly stealing from her employer * NYS AG calling to ban flavored tobacco
Barn burner in Byron * head-on crash in Pembroke * Human bones found along Tonawanda Creek
The soccer camp for both boys soccer and girls begins July 23 and runs through July 27
A portion of the bill restricts those who are 18 to 21 from serving alcohol, which is contrary to current state law.
Investigators trying to explain exotic animal abandoned in the city * Woman arrested in Geneseo traffic stop ID’d by LCSO * Muckdogs sweep Williamsport
Rogue reptile rescued * Manhunt continues in Geneseo * Phone scammers continue to target local seniors
4-ft long alligator located in a partially vacant building on Lehigh Ave.
Visitors will see a multitude of changes made by the track to improve the racing product and enhance the wagering value.
Search for armed suspect on-going in Livingston County * Vacant building in Batavia temporarily home to a four foot gator * Muckdogs cut down Crosscutters for second night in a row
Pok-a-Dot founder dies at 93 * Alligator found on Lehigh Ave * Flag football league forming in Batavia
On Thursday, July 19th, 2018, Margaret Place in the City of Batavia will be closed to all through traffic.
Longtime Owner of the Pok-A-Dot has passed * East Main Street man Jailed on sex abuse charges * Disturbance on Dellinger lands resident behind bars
All students enrolled in the Batavia City School District are eligible to participate; no application is required.
Town of Alexander will receive a $2.7 million loan and a $2.2 million grant and Town of Oakfield will receive a $236,000 loan and a $691,000 grant
This year’s campaign will be held from Saturday, July 14, 2018 to Monday, August 13, 2018.
Alleged Arby’s Robber indicted * Wyoming County woman arrested under Leandra’s Law * Bank Street man busted for cocaine in LeRoy
He stopped at Adam Miller Toy and Bicycle in Batavia this morning
Genesee County Sheriff’s Office made five arrests during the Lynyrd Skynyrd Concert at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center on July 13, 2018
The 2018 live harness racing meet kicks off on Monday, July 23rd and will host legs of the NYSS on the first two nights of the season.
Heat Advisory with Hazardous Weather on the horizon * Animal cruelty leads to arrest in Batavia * BCD students afforded free lunch
Cleanup complete next to Superfund site in the city * Drug Task force arrest alleged drug dealer from LeRoy * Two sex offenders in Batavia jailed for failing to register
GCC also proved to be the most consistently-scoring college of all the nine Region-III teams.
GCEDC board unanimously approved providing $10,000 for a feasibility study to determine uses for the Batavia City Centre site
The combined projects are anticipated to create 20 new jobs and approximately $7.6 million in capital investment.
City applying for study to possibly expand Falleti Ice Arena * Tense moments for teens following report of a handgun in Austin park * Muckdogs even up series in second game against the Tigers
For nearly 40 years Steve and Jim Goff, owned and managed the Stumblin’ Inn in Elba, now they have lost nearly everything
July 25th, August 22nd and September 26th from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Correction Officer Norman T. Itjen, a 25-year veteran of the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office, retired this week
Downtown Projects approved to share $10 MIL handed out by the State * Elba man facing list of felonies accused of raping a child repeatedly * Muckdogs lose first of three against the Tigers
State announces downtown Batavia projects to get $10-million in funding * SWilliamsville company to invest $6-million in Bergen * LeSean McCoy denies domestic abuse allegations
Eight specific projects get funding approval
Driver hospitalized after being pinned under truck in rollover near GCC * Tops shoplifters in Batavia identified by city police * Alleged spitting and trespassing land a Bethany man in lock up
Series accident near GCC * another bear sighting * Skelos retrial
May 28 – August 4, 2018 Recognition Matters @ GCC
Albion teen behind bars for attempted murder * Black Bear’s being spotted in Genesee County * Governor Cuomo rallying on reproductive rights
Albion teen charged with attempted murder of grandmother * bear sighted in Bethany * Schumer: beware of flood damaged cars for sale
Albion teenager charged with attempted murder of his grandmother
Troopers out of SP Albion arrested Jessica R. Schofield, 29 of Albion, NY for petit larceny.
Pop Rock Group Reunites for Special One Night Only Event
Fire destroys century old Stumblin’ Inn in Elba * Byron resident busted for DWI after accident on Lyman Road * Muckdogs look to take series with State College
Fire broke out shortly after 9:30AM on Sunday.
GCC Athletic HOF Set to Induct Five this Fall * Three GCC Summer Athletic Camps Accepting Applicants * Baseball Cougars Land Pitching-Ace Cole * Clingerman Solidifies Women’s Lacrosse Defense as Newest Signee
AC issues disrupt residents during heat wave at nursing home in Batavia * Shoplifters apparently planning a surf and turf busted by BPD * Raffle season returns for the Rotary Club of Batavia
Premiere Genesee Nursing Home lost Air Conditioning * BPD nabs hungry shoplifters * Batavia Rotary renews raffle
Club plans to give away $20,000 “100% NYS Raffle Law Compliant”
Encourages students to read all summer long
The 2012 Byron-Bergen grad enrolled at GCC with plans to earn a degree in Human Services
Arts and Nature come together in Grand Style
Recognition Matters @ GCC
Security being added following theft from the Peace Garden * Erratic operator arrested on Redfield Parkway * Muckdogs to play double header after rain suspension
Local funeral director Michael Tomaszewski is replacing urns stolen from the Peace Garden
The Office for the Aging is air-conditioned and is open to any older adult, age 60 and over.
Crash in Elba sends three to the hospital * Eight concert goers arrested at Logic show * Heat Advisory goes back into effect today
“It is a true gift to have a sense of patriotism and it will forever be our responsibility to remember the brave men and women who made our country what it is today.” – Hawley
Trio from Buffalo busted for trying to take ATVs in Darien * Lyndonville man arrested for sexual abuse * Batavia Muckdogs win their second series of the season
Theft from the Peace Garden * Hawley to split vote on Legalizing pot and sports betting * NYS mourns the loss of a State Trooper
Road Rage with weapon lands Liberty Street man behind bars * Stolen wallet sends city man to County jail * Flags across New York are at half-staff in memory of State Trooper
Heat Advisory remains in effect * State Trooper killed near Albany * Batavia man arrested in road rage incident
Stall applications must be received by the track no later than Friday (July 6).
Seize the day with a guided kayak tour of DeWitt Lake on Saturday July 21st!
Family activities, live music, food and fun return to Batavia, NY
Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas
Rekindle reported at dump off of Transit Road * Heat Advisory remains in effect until this evening * Muckdogs win while away against West Virginia